Subject: Re: WARNING: SPL NOT LOWERED ON SYSCALL EXIT
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From: Geoff Wing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2000 23:01:57
Ethan Solomita <email@example.com> typed:
:Geoff Wing wrote:
:> Frank van der Linden <firstname.lastname@example.org> typed:
:> :If you upgrade to today's current, this problem should be gone,
:> :thanks to Ethan Solomita, who's patches I integrated yesterday.
:> Got this from today's anoncvs source (about 6-7 hours ago). The
:> i386 system went along merrily (AFAICT). Don't know how else to
:> pinpoint it except by code trawling.
: I guess the statement should be amended: the cause related to Soft
:Updates which I found is gone. 8-) I don't make claims that it can't be
:somewhere else in the kernel, or possibly a second cause in Soft
:Updates. But there was one blatant mistake in the soft updates code
:which is fixed.
It definitely wasn't Soft Updates (as I'm not using them). I was compiling
xsrc at the time so there are a lot of programs in the accounting file
around that time - not including long running programs. However, when
building I union mount an lfs obj dir over my ffs src so maybe it's there
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